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This seminar will undertake critical reading of the earliest commentaries on jazz including the writings of musicians, literary critics, educators, the popular press, and artists especially the Futurists, Surrealists, and Dadaists , and of the first attempts at jazz history.
Discussion will include the dates and characteristics of the earliest jazz, the role of race in jazz commentary, and the place of jazz in twentieth century discourse. Recordings and films will supplement the readings.
Gushee asks whether New Orleans deserves its central place in the story of jazz' origins. He argues that, although ragtime was being "faked" throughout the country by the beginning of the 20th century, it was New Orleans' version that had the most influence on Chicago jazz and early swing that followed in the s.
Drawing on a thorough and imaginative command of primary sources, Gushee focuses on New Orleans musicians' distinctive manner of accompanying contemporary dance music to make his point.
An unlikely encounter between folklore archivist Alan Lomax and jazz composer and pianist Jelly Roll Morton led to some remarkable recordings for the Library of Congress of Morton speaking, singing, and playing. This article recounts the events that led to the historic meeting and explores the significance of the life and music captured in the recordings.
This article explores the historiography of early black music and its legacy. In examining texts from the 19th century to the s, Ramsey finds that black music has always been a fertile source of controversy-and that the same issues still resonate in current debates. He takes as his starting point the cleavage between "cosmopolitan" and "provincial" outlooks, which viewed American music from a European perspective, or a more resolutely and defiantly American one, respectively.
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August Adorno, Theodore. Yale University Spring This seminar will undertake critical reading of the earliest commentaries on jazz including the writings of musicians, literary critics, educators, the popular press, and artists especially the Futurists, Surrealists, and Dadaists , and of the first attempts at jazz history.
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